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These results then may be relevant for other forms of social media. While many platforms expose the user to the sort of polished profiles of others that can lead to negative self-comparison, the issue of quantity of usage will be an issue for any social media platform. While screen time in general can be problematic, the tricky thing about social media is that while we are using it, we get the impression that we are engaging in meaningful social interaction. Our results suggest that the nature and quality of this sort of connection is no substitute for the real world interaction we need for a healthy life.
I live in Belgium, so I’m surrounded by the NL, FR, DE and the UK. They all used 110V a long time ago. But we have so many electrical appliances right now, that 110V just isn’t enough.
My brother moved to the . and he can only use 1800W on one circuit. My European vacuum is 2200W, my frying pan 2400W, …
We can use about 3500W per circuit. We have 400V lines for things that draw a huge amount of power, like a furnace, or electric oven, just because you’re consuming more power when using a certain device on different voltages.
Charging your laptop in the US with a 110V power supply will require more power than charging it in Europe with a 230V power supply, for example.